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Methods of Electron Crystallography as Tools for Materials Analysis
Solid State Phenomena (2012)
  • Wolfgang Neumann
  • Holm Kirmse
  • Ines Häusler
  • Corinna Grosse
  • Peter Moeck, Portland State University
  • Sergei Rouvimov
  • Matt Beekman
  • Ryan Atkins
  • David C. Johnson
  • Kerstin Volz
New methods of electron crystallography, particularly modern methods of electron diffraction have opened new strategies for the structure analysis of nanostructured materials and materials systems. The possibilities and limitations of the combined use of electron crystallography methods will be demonstrated for a semi-automatic orientation determination of MnAs clusters in a GaAs matrix and structural investigations of ferecrystals.
  • Crystallography,
  • Transmission electron microscopy,
  • Electrons -- Diffraction,
  • Nanostructured materials
Publication Date
March, 2012
Citation Information
Wolfgang Neumann, Holm Kirmse, Ines Häusler, Corinna Grosse, et al.. "Methods of Electron Crystallography as Tools for Materials Analysis" Solid State Phenomena Vol. 186 (2012)
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